Police have renewed appeals for public assistance in their investigation into the disappearance of a Melbourne woman nearly 40 years ago. Read below to find out more. Debra Campbell disappeared from her Victoria’s home in 1984. Now, nearly 40 years later, police are asking the public for help to finally close this alleged cold case. Campbell was 21 years old when she disappeared from her High Street home in Windsor, following an argument with her 26-year-old fiance on Saturday February 25, 1984. Campbell, a member of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) at the time, was reportedly listed as missing after she failed to show up for her shift for two days. later.
Disappearance of Debra Campbell
After an investigation, the RAAF had still not found her, her mother reported her missing to Victoria Police. In 1998, a coroner’s inquest stated that Ella Campbell was probably dead, however there has been little or no evidence to suggest how she died. Nearly 40 years later, police are still investigating her disappearance and are asking the public for help.
The Detective Inspector said he wants to reassure people that no matter how much time has passed, our team is committed to finding those responsible and holding them accountable. He added that he has no idea that there are people with information who can help us solve Debra’s disappearance. Investigators believe Campbell’s disappearance involved “foul play” and ask the public for any information about the case as her family continues to mourn her loss.
The 21-year-old was wearing a pair of blue jeans and a pink T-shirt with a band motif. Madness on the front in black and a pair of blue Adidas sneakers when he disappeared. Police say she may have been carrying a green bag with a gold stripe.
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